Lepidostrobophyllum _is the name assigned to the individual cone scales of Lepidostrobus . This specimen is shown at approximately actual size.

This is an average-sized specimen for this common form genera. By contrast, the average length of Lepidostrobus specimens is about 4 inches, with a very large specimen being about 10 inches.

Rock Type: Gray shale
Formation: Allegheny
Interval: 5-Block seam
Age: Middle Pennsylvanian Period, approx. 303 million years.

Collected April, 1997.

Location: Wayne County, West Virginia; Rollem Fork Surface Mine #2, located about 8.5 miles west of Atenville, West Virginia. Take Route 68 west for 3 miles, turn left on Route 68 / 1 (Francis Creek Road) and drive approximately 6 miles. Just before Frances Creek empties into Kiah Creek a dirt road branches off to the right up a small hill. Site is 1 mile up this dirt road on the right.